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Table Of Contents

Introduction
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Singular Lagrangians
2.4 Examples
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Primary constraints
3.3 The Hamilton equations of motion
3.3.1 Streamlining the Hamilton equations of motion
3.3.2 Alternative derivation of the Hamilton equations
3.3.3 Examples
3.4.1 Particular algorithm for generating the constraints
4.1 Introduction
4.2 The case fab singular
4.2.1 Example: particle on a hypersphere
4.3 Interpretation of W(L)
4.4 The Faddeev-Jackiw reduction
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Local symmetries and canonical transfor-
5.4 Local symmetries of the total and extended
5.5 Local symmetries of the Lagrangian action
5.6 Solution of the recursive relations
5.7 Reparametrization invariant approach
The Dirac Conjecture
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Gauge identities and Dirac’s conjecture
secondary constraint
6.4 Counterexamples to Dirac’s conjecture?
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Summary of the BFT-procedure
7.3 The BFT construction
7.4 Examples of BFT embedding
7.4.1 The multidimensional rotator
7.4.2 The Abelian self-dual model
7.4.4 The non-abelian SD model
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 Carath´eodory’s integrability conditions
8.1.2 Characteristic curves of the HJ-equations
8.2 HJ equations for first class systems
8.3 HJ equations for second class systems
8.3.1 HPF for reduced second class systems
8.3.2 Examples
8.3.4 Examples
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Systems with only second class constraints
9.3 Systems with first and second class
9.3.1 Example: the free Maxwell field in the Coulomb gauge
9.3.2 Concluding remark
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Partition function for second class systems
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Grassmann variables
11.3.1 The gauge-fixed effective Lagrangian
11.3.2 The conserved BRST charge in configuration space
11.3.4 The BRST charge in phase space
11.5 Axiomatic BRST approach
11.5.1 The BRST charge and Hamiltonian for rank one theories
11.5.2 FV Principal Theorem
11.5.3 A large class of gauges
11.6 Equivalence of the SD and MCS models
11.7 The physical Hilbert space. Some remarks
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Axiomatic field-antifield formalism
12.3.2 Transition to configuration space
12.4 The Lagrangian master equation
12.5 The quantum master equation
12.5.2 Gauge invariant correlation functions
12.6.1 Quantum Master equation and the anomaly
A.1 Local symmetry transformations
A.2 Bianchi identities and singular Lagrangians
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Classical and Quantum Dynamics of Constrained Hamilton Ian Systems World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics

Classical and Quantum Dynamics of Constrained Hamilton Ian Systems World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics

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